Obama Campaign's "Gotta Vote" Bus Rolls Through Central VA, Valley
The Obama campaign's "Gotta Vote" tour bus pulled into Albemarle County Sunday night to fire up volunteers at the Obama for America office, and thank them for their continued support.
Democratic Party of Virginia Chair Brian Moran and Delegate David Toscano told volunteers to continue to knock on doors, talk to their friends, and remind people that Monday is the last day to register to vote.
They encouraged volunteers to focus on President Obama's views on women's rights and health care reform and to point out differences between his plan for the economy and Republican Mitt Romney's.
"Look at the economy, 31 straight months of private sector job growth, 5.2 million new jobs, and as of last Friday, the lowest unemployment rate we have seen in almost 4 years," cited Moran.
"That's progress. We are moving forward, more needs to be done. The president understands that. But it is the president that will get that done over the next four years, to bring economic prosperity to all Virginians," he continued.
The bus tour continues Monday, stopping in the Shenandoah Valley and down through southwest Virginia. The first stop will be at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, then it will head down to Roanoke and Blacksburg.
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